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Using Listings

Listings are dynamically-generated lists that can be added to a page section.

Examples of listings include:

Once the listing has been created, any changes to the category will be updated automatically. For instance, a list of providers will automatically include any providers that are added to the category. It is not necessary to manually update the list of providers.

Creating a listing

Listings are usually based on content node IDs or taxonomy IDs (the "Argument" shown in the image below). In order to create the listing it is necessary to understand the elements of the listing. 

To select a listing type, begin typing in the field. Choose the listing type from the potential matches shown. (Note: options displayed will include invalid choices. Use only the options above.) Skip "Block iD." This field is not currently editable. Click on "OPTIONS" to expose the "Argument" field. (Leave "Include View Title" un-checked.) The argument will be an ID number. This ID number can be a taxonomy term, a page node or other option, and requires some investigation to locate.

Listing form fields

Deleting a listing

If you have added a listing and would like to remove it, simply click on the "Remove" button and then click "Confirm removal."